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"On the Cover Our cover shows the Society for Model and Experimental Engineers’ stand at the London Model Engineering Exhibition. Jason Ballamy visits the show on page 37, and also see this month’s Ed’s bench for more SMEE news. Cutting Edge Cutting Methods Mark Noel is always keen to see how he can make use of the latest engineering innovations, here he compares some methods for cutting and shaping. A Rotary Table from Scrap Here’s a new perspective on making a rotary table from a brake disc, this time by Terry Cleife. Repairing a Safe-D-Speeder R. Finch realised an ageing drill accessory was just what he needed for a tricky task, but it took a bit of workshop nous to bring it into working order. Simplicity Jig Number 2 John Harding makes a jig for sharpening 4-facet drills with a Stevenson Collet Block. Garden Tractor Refurbishment Things are getting horticultural at MEW as Stan Nesbitt turns his hands to some machinery restoration. The Modular Dividing head Ted Hansen concludes this useful guide to making and using your own dividing head in Part 3. Opening the spindle bore on a Mill Brian Wood had to enlarge the bore on his Dore-Westbury Mk II milling machine. Yet Another Bodge Up Peter Shaw is at it again, this time he’s finding a way to use some long forgotten homebrew slot drills. A Topslide DRO for a Boxford Lathe Egret has devised a removable readout with a quick release clamp. Theasby’s Wrinkles Midnight inspiration struck and Geoff Theasby made a temporary lathe. Workshop Press Tooling Will Doggett completes his set of press tools for his shop-made press described starting in issue 285. Motorising the Z-Axis of a Chester Champion Mill David George introduces a short series which looks at both powering the head movement and providing a more accessible handle for manual control to this popular milling machine. Plus all your regular favourites"

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